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Kallah: Supplementary reading

11 May, 2006

Question:

Hi. I am engaged and feeling frustrated regarding the laundry list of niddah/taharat hamishpacha details that I've been learning in my kallah classes. My teacher recommended that I supplement our classes with reading that incorporate more spiritual/meaningful ideas on life cycles, etc. Do you have any recommendations of articles/books? Much appreciated!!


Answer:

Mazal tov on your upcoming wedding!

We have lots of works listed in our article English Books. We particularly recommend those listed under the category Philosophy and Halacha.

You also might find some of the articles and Q&A posted on our website to be of interest.

We offer an on-line kallah course, Kallah Companion, which addresses many common questions and is designed to supplement regular kallah classes.  And our website's supervisor, Dr Deena Zimmerman, has written a very clear and informative book including the key sources of hilchot niddah.

Please don't hesitate to discuss with your kallah teacher or write to us any particular question that comes out of your reading (or lingers after).


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